On Sept. 21, 1991, the doors to a shuttered, bankrupt health club chain were flung open again and the New Dance Complex was born. Twenty-five years later, it’s still the living rhythm of Central Square.
CCTV’s Back Lot BBQ fundraiser for its Youth Media Program, to be held at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 22, will feature food grilled by local chefs, live music by Zili Misik and a silent auction – and, this year, presentation of the Rossi Award for Creative and Responsive Leadership.
The Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers’ team will participate in the 5th Annual Joe Chaves 5K Memorial Walk/Run on Sept. 25. Funds raised support scholarships and community programs for the Portuguese-American community of Greater Boston.
The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra and music director Cynthia Woods sincerely thank our recent financial supporters as we enter our 42nd season serving Cambridge, Somerville and Greater Boston.
A free forum on legal, financial and care management issues facing seniors and their families called “Preparing for Your Future: Anticipating the Unexpected” is planned for Sept. 20.
The Cambridge Council on Aging is hosting a free program for senior citizens called “Advance Planning 101” on Thursday to discuss what documents every adult should have prepared, regardless of age or state of health, in case of sudden serious illness.
Twining Properties is hosting an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday to give a preview of proposed neighborhood housing at 47 Bishop Allen Drive at its Mass+Main developments in Central Square.
In observance of national Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a candlelight vigil will be held at 6 p.m. Oct. 5 and free, citywide training about dealing with and preventing domestic violence starts Sept. 29.
Hearing gigantic developer Equity One talk of the glories that will be its 113th property – the “it’s not a mall” Harvard Collection, featuring national and international brands – we thought of a better collection to be housed in its “restoration.”
In this race for the 26th Middlesex District of Cambridge and Somerville, the progressive choice is clear on issues such as a clean, safe environment, quality public schools and an economic system that gives working families a fair shot: Mike Connolly.